The lost savory zucchini bread recipe

@NJChicaa (100963)
United States
July 22, 2021 12:49pm CST
The first year I had my vegetable garden I wasn't prepared for all of the zucchini that was produced. I started googling recipes and came across a promising one. It was for a savory zucchini bread that used Bisquick as a base, had a thin layer of tomato sauce or paste spread on top, and I think contained some Parmesan cheese. What was unusual about it was that the zucchini was very thinly sliced into coins instead of the traditional method of shredding it. I remember really loving it. I like traditional sweeter zucchini bread but this recipe was just such a nice and delicious change. Unfortunately I couldn't find the recipe online the following year when I searched for it and like 15 years later I still can't find anything like it. There are Bisquick zucchini bread recipes and some that even call for fresh tomatoes or diced canned tomatoes but they just aren't the same. I could kick myself for not printing it out. I will have to just try to develop a recipe on my own. Shouldn't be too difficult as the Bisquick does most of the work. Stay tuned!
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@S4mmyboy (2360)
• Mumbai, India
22 Jul
Well, change is always better ...try it once and check...
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@NJChicaa (100963)
• United States
22 Jul
we'll see
@wolfgirl569 (44254)
• Marion, Ohio
23 Jul
Just go with what you remember and experiment.
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@marlina (128437)
• Canada
22 Jul
Your best bet would be to contact Biskquick
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@LindaOHio (71432)
• United States
23 Jul
This one has sliced zucchini -
https://www.food.com/recipe/savory-zucchini-bisquick-bread-45985
@kaylachan (23437)
• Daytona Beach, Florida
22 Jul
I'm sure you'll find something just as interesting.